One Of Three $1 Million Powerball Tickets Was Sold At The Shore
Heads up, Shore lottery players!
While nobody won Saturday's $384 million Powerball jackpot, if you're someone who buys lottery tickets locally, you'll definitely want to check your stash because the Shore had one of only three $1 million tickets sold nationwide!
NJ.com reports that the Wawa on Route 35 in Wall was the lucky stop for someone who is now holding a piece of paper worth a million bucks!
The ticket matched the first five winning numbers, 28, 36, 41, 51 and 58, but not the Powerball number of 24.
Oh, and not to rain on your parade or anything, but if you're holding the ticket and you'd have spent the extra buck for the "Powerplay", it would be a $2 million ticket.
But hey, who's complaining about winning a million dollars for a mere $2 investment, am I right?
The other two $1 million tickets were sold in New Hampshire and Iowa.
Since nobody won the jackpot, Wednesday's drawing is now pushing up to $440 million.
How much do you want to bet that Wall's Route 35 Wawa is going to have a line at it of people hoping to have a little luck rub off on them between now and then?
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